Colin Graham, ‘Saved’, The Edinburgh Review, 135 (2012), 68-72
Each week he’d have a different story of something that the Lord had done through him. Like, he’d been kneeling down, fixing the laminate on the floor of someone’s hall and he turned round and the poor woman of the house was crying behind him and he’d brought her to the Lord. Or he found a customer of his had a sick parent and he’d called his healer friend and the two of them went round at lunchtime and there’d been the laying on of hands and the old man had recovered. Up he’d got and went off to the shops for the first time in a year. ‘And he’s here this evening, brothers and sisters’. The poor man was brought to the front, looking like death warmed up. We all believed it was a miracle.